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where the president can play, really any roam. it's up to marco rubio basically as an envoy to the conservatives to explain why the bill works. it will not create amnesty where law-breakers get off free. that means it's basic allawi on this one senator. it's going to be a tough few months for marco rubio. >> john, how effective at this point? is there any evidence rubio is being effective on the point? >> he's having more success than others. lindsey graham or john mccain are not seen as real thorough-going conservative there would be no chance for this. rubio has a relationship with conservatives, but when the fascial review calls it rubio's folley very important among conserve tifts and theb -- conservatives. that's one more hurdle he's got to get over. for rubio says that in the process of having this go through the senate, people who have concerns will be able to have those concerns addressed. that is -- well, that remains to be seen. sometimes bills can fall apart once they go through the senate and get picked apart. >> all right, john dickerson if
, florida republican senator marco rubio knows that the bill he has helped device as part of the senate's gang of eight is far from a sure thing. rubio told the conservative mike gallagher show tuesday. >> the bill that is in place right now probably can't pass the house. it will have to be adjusted because people are suspicious about the willingness of the government to enforce the laws now and in theture. >> which didn't seem to bother white house press secretary jay carney. >> well, i haven't heard that assessment. i think as the president and others have made clear we're still in our oral stages here. we have a comprehensive immigration reform bill that was authored by republicans and democrats in the senate, and has significant bipartisan support but that process is still moving forward. >> john: in fact, the senate judiciary committee is supposed to start marking up the bill next week, which could be when the process grinds to a halt. that's because when committee chairman pat leahy democrat from vermont has said he'll offer up an amendment that would give gay americans the right
to destroy rubio. he's the front-runner. >> immigration reform could be really big in the republican party and that scores for senator rubio. >> one rising star would be senator marco rubio. >> i see the good of immigration. >> our black guy. >> marco rubio is not the man. well, there is an alternative. you could just not be a budget squishes. >> cruz is the man. >> let's get right to our panel. dana milbank, a political columnist and dr. james peterson, an associate professor at lehigh university and msnbc contributor. dana, the national review is out with a damming cover story on mr. rubio and his immigration bill. it references the elites and obama care and even throws in a reference to alinsky and some version of amnesty 23 full-times and calls it the schumer rubio bill saying at one point, the schumer rubio bill seeks to implicate -- at the table by handing out more visas. what happened? >> if it continues, he may want to consider self-deportation, a little bit safer. right, he is supposed to be the savior of the party. we see what's happening with the -- doing to its savior and in a
rubio on the cover calling it marco's followy. that oh shop shop is photoed. they photoed grover norquist out of the shop. >> he was a tea party darling until he went to d.c. and played hem. >> we put him in office and this is not what he promised us. >> senator rubio about what 22 million workers who can't find a full-time job. >> michael: the tea partyers may have fallen out of love with rubio but they still have a soft stop for ted cruz who has been trying to derail the effort ever since he got to the senate. >> i don't think there is any issue in this entire debate that is more di verysive than a path to citizen for those who are here illegally. main >> michael: that puts cruz squarely against marco rubio another possible 2016 contender. here to talk about the immigration battle brew be between senator rubio and ted cruz is wayne slater, wayne's senior political director for dallas morning news and joins us from dallas, texas. great to have you. >> great to be here you as always. >> michael: ted is being talked about as a possible 2016 candidate. it's his job to hut himself
marco rubio who has recently suggested that the immigration bill being hammered out in the senate may need stronger border security provisions to pass. >> i expressed to president that i'm opt a mystic about us getting this done because it's the right thing to do. we've seen leaders from both parties indicate that now is the time to get comprehensive immigration reform done. what i'm not going to do is to go along with something where we're looking for an excuse not to do it, as opposed to a way to do it. >> nbc's kristen wellker traveling with the president today joins us live from mexico city. one of the potential point of tension, what more are we hearing about that cooperative effort? >> well, peter, i can tell you that both leaders downplayed the significance of that shift. mexico's president during that press conference yesterday saying that both countries will still have a close cooperation. there is no clash between those two goals. president obama said it made sense. he is a new leader. he should reassess how he approaches such a difficult problem. the president also vowing t
of eight plan. even marco rubio, the face of this senate immigration reform bill is now expressing doubt the gang of eight's proposal can pass the house. >> the bill that's in place right now probably can't pass the house. it will have to be adjusted because people are very suspicious about the willingness of the government to enforce the laws now given our experience with immigration that's a legitimate suspicion and one that i share. >> there's one person in washington who is still optimistic that a deal can be reached. >> i feel confident that the bipartisan work that's been done on immigration reform will result in a bill that passes the senate, passes the house, and gets on my desk. >> can a deal get done? >> joining me now is robert costa and msnbc contributor maria theresa cumar. >> i love the pronunciation on that. >> i want to go to you first. that quote by rubio admitting that this faces an uphill battle in the house is telling to me. i spoke to one member of the gang of eight who says that marco rubio is more important than 50 gangs of eight. if this needs to be changed, it's
of a quin. unlike with guns, this is an issue where senator marco rubio want a deal. >> we can't leave in place behawe now it is terrible for the country. >> when asked about allowing illegal immigrants to be u.s. citizens if they meet requirements like learning english and paying back taxes. 70 percent of the voters favor that only 21 percent oppose. there are plenty concern about the boston tersor. eye new poll found if the bombings change would their opinion on a path of citizenship for illegal immigrants 23 percent said yes . 70 percent said no . that could increase the likely of terror, sevenpercent said decreasing the likelihood and 66 percent said no difference. >> here in mexico, the president needs to be serious on board security. >> that is a major confession. what we expect is to modernize our immigration citizen and have the tracking system and five and half billion in border security in addition to what is spent. >> rubio is a key architect for the gang of 8. >> i am optmistic we are going to get comprehensive immigration reform passed. >> he appeared to not push harder on
despectiva forma de marco rubio , se ríe de la reforma de migratoria con frase los disparates de rubio . >> ataques contra hispanos en nueva jersey, 6 agresiones contra trabajadores latinos, . >> víctimas de robos, justamente cuándo cobran salarios una víctima escucho insultos raciales . >> miles tienen armas y cometen delitos . >> el gobernador del estado aprueba fondo de 24 millones de dólares para desarmar a esas personas tenemos como lo harán . >> más de medio centenar de agentes de california se preparan para decomiso de 40 mil armas . >> que están en posesión de personas que no las pueden tener . >> en california cualquiera que tiene felinias mayores o violencia doméstica ellos pierden derecho de tener armas, en su casa . >> después de newtown el gobernador de california otorgo 24 millones de dólares a decomiso de armas de fuegos . >> 36 nuevos oficiales que quitan armas a estas personas que no las deben de tener . >> hay lista de 20 mil personas con 33 agentes cuesta decomisar . >> el departamento de justicia de california investigo 4 mil personas, que no pueden ten
from any country that comes here. >> dagen, when i talked to marco rubio about this, this is a name dropper. >> no kidding. a boot liquor, apparently. >> thank you very much. but anyway, when i did talk to marco rubio, who is first exclusively on my show, one of the things he raised was, look, neil, we can address these provisions. they're provisions for tighter border security, but we can go ahead and have a stricter process to focus on the individuals who are already here. but we're not at that in the legislation that you put out just yet. so it does mean, going back to the drawing board, right? >> it could possibly mean going back to the drawing board. but what those senators are trying to do is a lot more pallatable than what's going on in the house because they want to address all of these things in one fail swoop so they don't get in fight after fight after fight with interest groups. what's going on in the house, they're trying to deal with this piecemeal. first you move on agricultural worker visas, then you move on, say, security checks by employers, and then they push bord
talked to marco rubio about this, i'm a name dropper. [ laughter ] >> neil: thank you very much. anyway, when i did talk to marco rubio one of the things he raised, look, neil, we can address these provisions. first of all they were provisions for tighter border security but we can go ahead and have a stricter process to focus on the individuals who are already here. i'm reminded we're not that in the losing losing legislation you put out. it does mn back going to the drawing board? >> it could mean that, but what the senators are a lot more palatable what is going on in the house because they want to address all of these things in one swoop so they don't get fight after fight with interest groups. what is going on in the house, they will try to deal with it piecemeal. first you move on agriculture worker vissasas and then security checks by employers. then they push border security down the road. that is where it will never get done. >> neil: i think this thing is dead. i don't think it should be, but in this environment, no one wants to be in the front of the line saying, i got illega
that bipartisan nature to get something done in the house. as you saw yesterday that marco rubio said even the gang of eight i am frags reform pill wouldn't pass the house as it is currently written. i think this will be enormously tough. divided government was always going to be tough. the notion that somehow the election was going to at the clier one winner and one loser and everything will fall in line is a huge fallace. >> they don't seem to have a co-he's civil strategy or agenda. it is clearly one of the two sides deciding to leak something about this meeting that they were fighting and disagreeing on a strategy, for instance, how to deal with health care. >> the love the stores leaked out. >> clearly one was trying to send the message. >> i think leadership is frustrated and with each other and out of a dpas thgas. it is really one of those situations. >> you just had a youtube moment. >> they just don't have the votes. they get them done and they -- >> they have to wait for the senate. >> that's the paralysis. if the senate could goat 70 or 75 votes on immigration, it gets enough m
. >> targeting conservative there is a ad featuring marco rubio starting to air until the senate mark up encouraging viewer to call congress and end defactor amnesty. there is number of exceptions and loop holes in the legislation. >> there are concerns about the waivers in the bill. some waivers some might be justified. they are not created equal. >> conservative critics are trying to kill it by labeling it. >> it is a big breathe taking leap in amnesty. it would have made the public so vulnerable. >> but the gang much 8 members said critics should drop the bumper sticker words and focus on reality. >> had is not a path to amnesty. senator mccain said the path is a long one, people have to pay a fine. they have to learn english and work and contribute to society. >> top priority for conservatives is enforcement and rubio acknowledged the challenge. >> people don't believe that the obama administration or federal government will enforce the law. we have to build in to this bill mechanisms to make sure the law is not forced. >> there is a push to include gay couples in the reform. rubio s
. >> but listen, guys, the way you guys are going, you're making the same argument against marco rubio who i think has his brain and his heart in the right place. they're coming up with a solution that both sides agree have a huge problem that needs to be solved. for now, eight years we've been talking about urging the federal government to act. arizona passed some crazy laws -- >> that had nothing to do with this -- >> the federal government to act. >> monica: jordan, okay. let me get to you. this, like i said, is not a legal argument. this is obama and holder making a community organizing argument. in other words, creating a whole new class of victims and then claiming that the government has to take responsibility for those victims. >> this does not help people like senator rubio. people like senator rubio making the case of how we should handle, which is a policy issue, the people who are here illegally, it's a policy issue. why do we get to make those decisions? we're not required to do one thing or the other. it's broad. we can keep them here or send them back. we can create a pathway to ci
is famous, rubio, but i think a real battle is coming. i think conservatives -- >> rubio -- >> as theshy should, learn this bill and no more rushing through. all these bills rushed through and we have to know the details. >> just a few weeks ago rubio was saying, slow down, we have to be careful, we have to focus on first securing the border and now he's saying, full steam ahead. >> lou, your point about hearings, unraveling and untangling these big pieces of legislation is what our government doesn't do anymore. it's almost as though the public doesn't trust the government, but the government doesn't trust the public. so we have the government taking on these big issues. everybody wants immigration, but then when they get to it, they won't really unpack all the details because they're afraid of getting sidetracked. >> do you think they care one way or the other what the facts are? in all seriousness, on illegal immigration, they have no idea the number of illegal immigrants. they'll never say they're going to provide 11 million visas because they know they want 50 million. >> this is a
cavuto, florida senator marco rubio saying the tragedy could highlight a need for immigration reforms to help avoid future attacks. >> if boston ex -- immigration or otherwise, we should address that. and we should address that in this bill if possible. of course. there is something that went s,et's fix it.process, the, thee we should fix it. we're always in the process of learning and applying lessons here. >> now former president of women's media center and fox news contributor, brad wakeman is a former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. brad, let me start with you. did the bombingsn boston underscore that any effort to reform immigration must include a tougher system of background checks to help identify focus sources -- poe essential sources of trouble? >> you bet. in washingt, politicians look for excuses. statesmen and women look for opportunities. this is an opportunity to fix a system that is broken. whether it's our poorest border or background checks for visas, whether it's a pathway to citizenship. this must be done now. it's a huge problem that's gone on for dec
it was difficult is going on nationally you could see the rand paul and marco rubio but i have to say they are both impressive than the candidates republicans are putting forward lately and romney is wonderful but not a good candidate. >> i just can believe it either want to pick on the guy that i open the paper and i see that. it was a shock. >> want to start i agree about the issue of the current political paradigm i do believe it is doomed but i am still optimistic that the phoenix can rise from the ashes. i was able to attend a national students for liberty conference last month with an colter in front of 1400 students there all very liberal called us policies -- pussies they just don't grasp the on this enthusiasm that a great number of people have for these ideas we have not seen the honest arbiters of these ideas and the republican party for decades as your question you raised how we sell the idea is to the american public, i think the last is effective to paint our philosophy as inherently negative as the party of no and to a certain extent i am happy to be the party of no to some bad ideas
to push through the house right now, but that has marco rubio worried, senator from florida. he is looking at what the house republicans are considering doing, and he is a little worried about it. here is marco rubio on the mike gallagher radio show. >> the bill probably can't pass the house, because people are very suspicious about the willingness of the government to enforce the laws given our experience with immigration in the past. >> michael: knowing that you have marco rubio saying things like that, how can you get this past? >> we go one by one by one. you have individual people telling their stories as they did today on may day. there is a group that has a great documentary on the dreamers and the story of those that have come here and made a life for themselves. you do it by making sure the economic benefits of immigration are very strong, and we're not going to let phobia or boston being an excuse. >> michael: it's almost as if they seize upon things that give them pause when they wanted to have a reason to have pause in the first place. how do
's a moment of peak precariousness for passing it. senator marco rubio may be the most influential out there saying the 300 page immigration bill he helped graph possibly can't pass the house. >> the bill that's in place probably can't pass because people are very suspicious of the government enforcing the laws. it's a very legitimate suspicion, one i share and if there's anything we can do to make it tighter to make sure laws are enforced so we don't have this problem in the future, that's exactly what we should be working on. >> there are those to the right calling the bill rubio's folly and obama-care redux and those who say illegals come into the country too easily. in a private meeting with a dozen latino leaders this week, the president made clear he expected the people in the room to support the senate proposal even if they had doubts about details. once an overarching bill was locked in by congress, the president told the group, the administration could revisit their concerns and improve it. perhaps some liberals myself object to has to do with the mexican-u.s. border because w
como marco rubio dice que no es correcto involucrar temas gay. >> es poues sumamente importante a miemrbros de nuestra comunidad gay sean incluidas en esta legislacion lo importante es que familias no sean dividos. >> lulac fue una de las organizaciones que se reunio con el presidente. >> no dijo que tengamos que aceptarlo como esta sino que solamente veamos como esta y que lo acepetemos más adelante. >> la propuesta bi-partidista del senado vivira un momento crucial si se haran cambios cruciales, desde washington fernando pizarro, univisión. >> en momentos en que le presidente barack obama visita méxico se destaca la negociacion, podría wenfremtar sus propios desafios de seguridad, serían potencias más que china y otros en este ambito. >> un contundente avance de las industria textil hasta la tecnología actual que podría desplazar a china en pocos años. >>> el cientificio antonio galvan nos habla del combustible que crece en demanda, este tiene una autonomia de 60 horas. >> es de cerca de 100 kilómetros por hora y saliendo de yucatan podríamos llegar a españa. >>
could torpedo the deal. two members of the gang of eight have already come out against it. here's rubio in a radio interview. >> this immigration bill is difficult enough as it is. there are already enough questions being asked, questions that need to be answered, legitimate points that are being raised. you inject something like this in the bill, it will die. the coalition behind it will fall apart, and it will make it un -- it will not pass. it's just that simple. if that issue is injected into this bill, this bill will fail. it will not pass. it will not have the support. it will not have my support. >> i want to bring in politico's alex burns and washington post columnist ruth marcus. alex, what do you think of this development? how could this amendment attack the entire bill here? >> richard, first of all, i think it's a reminder of just how precarious this whole process has been from the beginning. i think the folks in washington, because there's such broad support for immigration reform among elite, got this sense at some point this might be a slam dunk. it never has been. we now
the united states senate. so many people are out front on there. marco rubio is the key player for the republicans, is being bashed -- was being bashed by conservative talk-radio bosser this. i think he would like to pull back on it. what's going to happen is it's going to pass the senate and it will go over to the house and it will beled. i don't think it's going to go -- it will have to go to conference and you are not going to get the amnesty. >> hold on. there are eight people on this committee. republicans are rubio florida, john mccain arizona, lindsey graham, south carolina, the democrats are dick durbin illinois, robert mendez new jersey, chuck schumer new york and michael bennett colorado and i think schumer is the head of this group. >> yes, he is. >> go ahead. >> well, senator schumer and mccain met with reporters last week, and basically mccain said if they pass this bill republic the republicans back on the playing field where they can compete. you can't compete in a country where the hispanics are going to be the majority of some states. so there is political inc
, including senator mark rubio and congressmen paul ryan. congress -- where is the conversation now in terms of future lever's -- of future leaders? host: she often knows how to write something that can get people talking. she has a point in that there is a lot of talk in the party about who the kind of leader you are going to be. is it going to be a socials account -- is it going to be a social conservative type? a lot of republicans would like to see marco rubio. it is a big debate right now. host: and the emerging leaders in congress. guest: you have to look at senator mark rubio and paul ryan. i think the key one is marked rubio. -- i smarco rubio. rubio.arco he is willing to take the political role. he knows not only on the policy side that this is something that congress and the white house need to fix our immigration system but he knows that it is good politics for the future. host: you have been reporting on immigration and where that is in the congress. hear the stories from politico -- what will you be watching for? >> i will be watching for how the bill changes in committee. all t
senator marco rubio that without significant changes to border security the immigration bill will face a tough climb in congress. >> frankly, we put enormous resources into border security. don't take my word for it. you had folks like senator mccain and senator graham come down to the border and see the progress that's been made. what i'm not going to do is go along with something we're looking for an excuse not to do it it as opposed to to a way to do it. >> as the cover of "the national review" senator rubio is walking a tight rope with members of his own party. but in an op-ed illegal immigrants is too generous or lenient, congress will have a chance to make it tougher yet still realistic. defeating it without offering an alternative cannot be the conservative position on immigration reform. that would leave the issue in the hands of the president. >>> gun violence also followed the president across international lines. during that news conference yesterday, president obama actually jumped in on a question directed to his mexican counterpart to reenforce his objective to getting so
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on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room monday to thursday at 6 eastern he opened his mind and let the music flow but in his attempt to break on through, he found the end. of all the hours in all his days, these are the ones you'll never forget. alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> with a distinctly satirical point of view. if you believe in state's righ
senator marco rubio appeared on a record shattering seven sunday morning talk shows to make the conservative case for immigration reform. on the monday after rubio's media blitz came the boston marathon bombings. the four days later, senate judiciary hearing iowa republican senator chuck grassley began raising questions about how potential weaknesses in u.s. immigration laws may have been able to -- the attacks to despite acknowledging the immigration status wasn't even known yet. >> given the events of this week, it is for for us to understand the gaps and loopholes in our immigration system. while we don't yet know the immigration status of people who have terrorized the communities in massachusetts when we find out it will help shed light on the weaknesses of our system. how can individuals evade authority and plan such attacks on our soil. >> when the committee reconvened the past monday grassley and new york senator schumer, one of the key advocates for immigration reform, got into this heated exchange. >> ways to improve the bill, offer amendment when we start markup i
that republi republicans are going to get on immigration, whether it's mccain and rubio in the senate. they're going to bring something to the house that -- >> again, back to the house. >> the house will pass whatever comes out of the senate on -- >> really? >> i think they will. >> you buy that, bob? you think this conservative house with those members -- >> i hope michael's right. i seldom say that. i'm very doubtful you're going to get a lot of these republicans in the house, these tea party republicans, who are getting huge blowback from their districts to agree to a path for citizenship. i also think the debate especially in the house from folks like representative steve king is going to be incredibly rancid and is going to alienate hispanics. i wish i could share michael's belief. i wish i could share the president's belief that immigration reform is going to get done. i'm kind of doubtful. >> i'm rooting for marco rubio over ted cruz. if that's going to be the fight among cuban-americans, particularly. if that's going to be the fight, i know who i'm with. by the way, i think the pres
. >> jonathan, thank you very much. coming up, why senator marco rubio says the bipartisan immigration bill he's been trying to sell to conservatives, now he is saying it could be in trouble. we'll explain why. plus, take a look at this. this, my dear, is may in colorado. that's what it is right now. that's not a postcard from the winter. the real deal. some areas expected to get up to four inches of snow by the end of the day. that is not the only extreme weather problem facing parts of the country. we will get you caught up on what's going on. you can join our conversation on twitter. the gun debate, immigration, whatever you choose to talk about, send us a tweet. you can find us or at "news nation." [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ge has wired their medical hardware with innovative software to be in many places at the same time. using data to connect patients to software, to nurses to the right people and machines. ♪ helping hospitals treat people even better, while dramatically reducing waiting time. now a waiting room is just a ro
cruz does it. if there's several tea party candidates, rubio, rand paul, my friend, and ted cruz, then maybe a christie or a pence has a better chance because they are fighting amongst themselves f they get smart and decide only one of them is going to run, cruz could be formidable. >> he won when i thought he could win and then it didn't quite work because of the demographic changes we didn't know were come. they came and more young people, more african-americans, late teen knows voted and made it harder for your party. my question again to you is, what is the natural instinctive question of getting smacked? is it hard right or hard middle? >> listen, that depends on what's the big issue of the moment. i do think that this party is going to want to win because they are not going to want hillary clinton to win. >> i think it's too nasty. in the end, parties fit a simple mold. bill clinton is likable. barack obama, they like his smile, like him personally, they like the family. cruz looks so tough. >> he's really tough. could you imagine him debating hillary? democrats would be --
. ted cruz does it. if there are several tea party candidates and there's rubio and rand paul, my friend, and ted cruz, maybe a christie or pence has a chance. if they get start and decide only one will run, cruz could be formidable. >> you lost one you thought you could win. i thought you could win. i thought it would be much closer. it looked like a hell of an election coming up on the first debate and then didn't work because of the demographic changes, more young people and latinos and more voted that made it haerther for your party. what's your reaction when you get smacked, go hard right or the middle? >> i think it depends what's the big issue of the moment. i do think that this party is going to want to win because they're not going to want to have hillary clinton win. >> i think this looks too nasty. i think in the end politicians of any party fit a simple mode. bill clinton, likable. barack obama, no matter what they say, like the family. cruz looks so tough. >> looks really tough. can you imagine him debating hillary. democrats would be celebrating from the beginning. the real
party as well. you can see, the rand paul fans and the marco rubio fans. but i have to say those guys in my view at least a pretty impressive or more impressive than the candidates republicans are putting forward lately. and again i think mitt romney is probably a wonderful man and all that. >> [inaudible] >> i just can't believe it. i don't want to pick on the guy, but i remember him well. i opened the paper and i see he's the senate president or whatever. i was shocked. >> thank you very much for your comments but i want to start by saying first of all i agree with you about the issue of this current political paradigm. i do believe it is doomed. but i'm still optimistic. i believe that what, that the phoenix will be able to arrive from these ashes. i was in washington, d.c. last month were ann coulter in front of 1400 students that are all very enthusiastic about free market liberty. i think the current people in power in the current paradigm are just not, they are not grasping the honest enthusiasm that a great number of people in my generation have for these ideas. we just haven'
. >>>e l senador marco rubio cree que la enmienda puede ser el fin de la frágil legislación. >>> pero no todos están de acuerdo. >>> no están legalizando el matrimonio gay, solamente darles un permiso de residencia a estas parejas. >>> grupos que defienden los derechos de los homosexuales dicen que el temor que la enmienda falle es exagerado. >>> la enmienda da derechos inmigratorios a los homosexuales es complicado para grupos religiosos y conservadores. >>> el derecho del ser humano de dar su punto de vista lo tienen pero que va afectar la reforma migratoria no. >>> la reforma migratoria está en manos de los congresistas y depende de la presión de quienes luchan por su aprobación. >>>e l próximo domingo univisión tiene un programa especiual, una edición de aquí y ahora donde saldrá todo lo que usted necesita saber sobre la reforma migratoria, el domingo a las 7, 6 centro. >>> los inmigrantes indocumentados podrán obtener licencia de conducir en oregon, el gobernador firmó la ley en la marcha del día del trabajo, las licencia serán por 4 años, el requisito es haber vi
in the polls. obviously, this has rg ignited a national debate. senator marco rubio really the face of this bipartisan immigration proposal coming out of the senate. but i think that it's stoked the flames, if you will, of a contentious debate. >> thank you so much for being here. >> thanks for having me. have a great day. >> you too. >>> from talking goats to racing squirrels, here's a look back at the week that was. >> reporter: what happened to spring? flash flooding, miles of mud and lots and lots of snow. but it it wasn't the storms that tripped up a weather man in houston. >> excuse me. here's the big picture. >> the president got raves for his term at comic in chief at the white house correspondents' dinner. >> need a burst of new energy, try some new things and my team and i talked about it. we were willing to try anything. so we borrowed one of michelle's tricks. >> reporter: but it was all business at the fbi with three new arrests in the boston bombings investigation. >>> jason collins, the coming out party of a lifetime. >> he came out as black and gay. even more shockin
sign something was wrong. eric rubio and his mother live nearby. they got worried and so did their neighbors. >> we came as soon as we could, but we were scared. >> i just saw the smoke coming out. i was like, wow. >> fire crews attacked the grass fire that broke just after 5:30 tonight near capital expressway south of east ridge mall. firefighters did not order any evacuations, but they tackled the flames hard and fast to prevent them from spreading to the west and south. >> we wanted to make sure we made an aggressive attack on the structure and get it knocked down pretty quick before, when it's dry like this and the wind is not blowing very hard, it's an indication it could change direction at any time. >> because fire awareness week does not start in san jose until monday, staples of fire season were not available. so crews hit the fire with an army of up to 70 firefighters, including cal fire, helicopters scooped water from the lake near raging waters. today's fire makes some neighbors uneasy about the early start to fire season. >> we have different communities c
senator who has reached across the aisle recently is marco rubio. but i don't know about 2016. i mean the guy has not even finished a single term in the senate and he thinks he is ready to be president. kids these days. i on the other hand have run my last the campaign. on thursday, as ed mentioned, i went to the opening of the bush presidential library in dallas. it was a wonderful event and that inspired me to get started on my own legacy which will actually begin by building edifice right next to the bush library. can we show that, please? [ laughter ] i'm also hard at work for plans on the obama library and some have suggested that we put it in my birth place but i would rather keep it in the united states. did anybody not see he that joke coming? show of hands. only gallup. maybe dick morris. now, speaking of presidents and their legacies, i want to acknowledge a wonderful friend, dayen spielberg and daniel lieu whday-lewis who are here . we had a screen oing of their most recent little many "lincoln" which is an extraordinary film. i am a little nervous about the next project. i
rubio. i don't know about 2016. he has not finished a single term in the senate and he think he is ready to be president. kids these days. on thursday, i went to the opening of the bush presidential library in dallas. wonderful event. that got me inspired to get started on my own legacy. it will begin by building another edifice right next to the bush library. can we show that? [laughter] i'm also hard at work on plans for the obama library. some have suggested we put it in my birthplace, but i would rather keep it in the united states. [laughter] [applause] did anyone not see that joke coming? [laughter] only gallup? dick morris? [laughter] speaking of presidents and their legacies, i want to acknowledge a wonderful run, and steven spielberg and daniel day-lewis who are here tonight. we had a screening of their most recent film "lincoln." extraordinary film. i'm nervous about stephen's next project. i saw a behind-the-scenes look on hbo. let's check it out. roll the tape. >> i was thrilled that lincoln was a success. i was thinking about what to do next. in the middle of the night i wok
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